Sinar Mas Land Wins Four Awards at Innovation Award 2017 Property Event

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, November 13 2017 - 08:05 IWST

Sinar Mas Land won four awards at the 2017 Property Innovation Award
Sinar Mas Land won four awards at the 2017 Property Innovation Award

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, Southeast Asia's leading developer, Sinar Mas Land successfully won four awards at the Property Innovation Award 2017 event held in Jakarta, (10/9/11/2017) ago.

The four categories are Best Innovation Design and Architecture, Digital Hub & Rooms Inc, and The Best Innovation Property Product Concept-QBIG & Digital Hub.

"This award also proves that we are always ahead of innovation," said Sinar Mas Business Technology CEO Irvan Yasni in Jakarta last weekend.

He added, Digital Hub is an innovation of Sinar Mas Land to answer the needs of the community in the era of digital technology will be a region that has a reliable telecommunication network infrastructure, complete facilities and strategically located and multiple access.

"This area is dedicated as 'silicon valley' Indonesia, and dedicated to support the daily operations and activities of technologies and digital companies," he added.

Meanwhile, one of the Sinar Mas Land project is QBig is a retail center in BSD City built with power center concept. This retail complex was created as a one stop shopping Concept to meet all households.

"Some tenants present at QBig are Courts Megastore, Lulu Hypermarket, Mitra 10, and several other anchor tenants," Irvan said.

Furthermore, Irvan revealed, One of the Sinar Mas Land projects that won awards in the event Innovation Award Property 2017 is, Rooms Inc Hotel which is the first lifestyle hotel in the city of Semarang, Central Java.

"This hotel brings the concept of smart urban is very suitable for businessmen, millenniums, and traveler who are doing Business trip," he added.

According to him, Rooms Inc is not just a place to stay but provide personalize travel experience for his guests.

Rooms Inc hotel consists of 162 rooms divided into three categories: standard, superior and deluxe equipped with first class facilities such as premium bed, smart check in, high speed internet access and communal area.

With this award, Irvan hopes to motivate us to be able to re-innovate developing technology in the digital era today. "This is our trigger to be better in the future," he concluded.

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